• The National World War II Museum Expansion

    Overview This was an expansion of the National World ...

    Categories: Government
  • Unmanned Aerial Systems Maintenance Hangar

    Overview This design-build construction of a massive 200,000 SF facility features 12 maintenance bays for the ...

    Categories: Government
  • Texas Department of Public Safety Houston Crime Lab

    Overview The construction of a new 41,000 SF, two-story ...

    Categories: Government
  • Fort Sam Houston Building 2791 Renovation

    Overview Originally constructed in the 1930s, Building 2791 includes architectural features that had to be ...

    Categories: Government
  • Lackland Air Force Base Airmen Training Dormitory

    Overview ATC Dormitories 1 and 3 are housing facilities ...

    Categories: Government
  • SEC Energy Products Plant Expansion

    Overview Construction of four new buildings totaling 185,000 SF ...

Government Construction Expertise

Government Construction Trends
  • Push for infrastructure improvements with federal and state spending bills
  • Renovation and maintenance of municipal building construction trending upward
  • Delivery methods such as PPP and Design-Build increase cost and schedule efficiency
  • Transparent, data-driven process keeping all stakeholders informed throughout design and construction
  • Multiple delivery method expertise including Design-Build, Construction Manager at Risk, and General Contracting
  • Teams with existing security clearance and governmental facility experience, including military bases
  • $1B+ in government construction projects
  • Portfolio includes federal, municipal, and local government construction projects
  • Completed the first LEED building for the City of Dallas

“Satterfield & Pontikes set high standards and goals for this challenging project and fostered a strong commitment to teamwork among us as Owner, the Architect and the Subcontractors that carried this project to a successful completion. Their approach was solution-minded, and performance driven with quality and customer satisfaction at the forefront.”

Robert W. Farnsworth
Senior Vice President for Capital Programs, The National WWII Museum